Led Zeppelin’s 2007 Reunion Concert Streaming Free for a Limited Time

A quick heads up: Led Zeppelin’s 2007 reunion at London’s O2 Arena is now streaming free … for the next two days. Writes Jambase: “Founding members vocalist Robert Plant, guitarist Jimmy Page and multi-instrumentalist John Paul Jones shared the stage that night for the first time since 1995. Jason Bonham, the son of Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham, was behind the kit for the 16-song performance. Celebration Day, the concert film and live album documenting the one-off reunion, was released in 2012.” Stream it above (or on Zeppelin’s YouTube channel.) Find the setlist below.

Good Times Bad Times 0:01:43

Ramble On 0:04:54

Black Dog 0:10:38

In My Time Of Dying 0:16:31

For Your Life 0:28:22

Trampled Under Foot 0:35:17

Nobody’s Fault But Mine 0:42:17

No Quarter 0:49:16

Since I’ve Been Loving You 0:58:41

Dazed and Confused 1:07:04

Stairway To Heaven 1:18:58

The Song Remains The Same 1:27:47

Misty Mountain Hop 1:34:24

Kashmir 1:39:32

Whole Lotta Love 1:49:38

Rock And Roll 1:58:01

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